Christopher Palmer (shooter & editor) – Reels and Sample Work

Christopher Palmer – shooter & editor
(long sample reel)

Randall Wheatley – Shrimp
(music video)

Allstate – Here’s to Firsts

The University of Texas at Austin – National Half-Time Commercials
(time-lapse cinematography and motion graphics)

(feature documentary – trailer)

Texas Women’s Rowing
(short UT sports documentary)

Jared Salvatore – Gold is Gone
(music video)

Benko – The Eurohit
(music video)

Christopher Palmer- shooter and editor
(previous reel)

Impractical Jokers – Action Movie Remix
(promo reel)

Hire Christopher!

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Austin, TX

Christopher Palmer — Resume

Austin, Texas
(512) 438-9122


Feature Film Editor – REWIND THIS!
IPF Productions — SXSW 2013 Premiere

Freelance Editor – Allstate
T3 – 2016

Junior Editor – Development & Casting Leftfield Pictures – 2015
Promo Editor – truTV Original Programming Turner – 2013 to 2015

Freelance Show Editor – The Gauntlet
Rooster Teeth – 2012

Assistant Editor – Ink Master
Spike | Original Media – 2013 to 2014

Commercial Editor – NCAA Halftime Advertising
The University of Texas at Austin – 2010

Motion Graphics Artist – Logo Animation
Bazaarvoice – 2008

Live Event Editor — PAX
Penny Arcade Expo – 2007

Documentary Producer/Editor – Longhorn Network
ESPN | The University of Texas at Austin – 2004 to 2012


REWIND THIS! (Best Documentary at Fantasia, Premiere at SXSW, Official Selection at Fright Fest, Melbourne International Film Festival, PIFAN, and 30+ more, along with a theatrical run in Japan)

SCARS (Best of Image & Sound at The University of Texas at Austin)

QUEEN (Best LGBT Film at International Film Festival South Africa)

DIALOGUE (Premiere at Fantastic Fest, Official Selection at Toronto After Dark)


AVID Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, After Effects, Sorenson Squeeze, Photoshop, Illustrator, MPX, TeamSite


Beyond TV and film, I’ve consistently worked on music videos, short narratives, live events, DVD extras and documentaries for the last 12 years. I feel that to become the best editor I can be, I must work in different genres and formats. My work shows a dedication to natural and rhythmic storytelling. I believe a thoughtful approach to editorial work yields superior results. Above all else, I am committed to the craft of nonlinear editing and feel a constant push to better myself through new challenges.